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  • There is actually no evidence at all that there are different learning styles. In fact, when actual experiments have been done to see if 'visual learners' learn better than 'tactile learners' when given visual materials, etc. no difference is found. It's a very common belief, but has no more evidence for it than astrology.

    Google on 'Dan Willingham' and look at his blog. He's a cognitive psychologist who specializes in education and is very careful to evaluate everything according to the actual evidence for it. You'll learn a lot. He's written an excellent book, too.
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    • Studying andlearning skills
    • • First step for make your success Discover Your Learning StyleEach person has different learning preferences and styles thatbenefit them, including auditory, visual, logical, social, solitary ortactile.
    • Learning Style:• Visual Learning Style:• Visual learners better retain information presented in pictures, videos, graphs, and books. These people benefit when information is presented on an overhead projector or white board, on a piece of paper, or in a book.• Auditory Learning Style:• Auditory learners better retain information presented in lectures and public speeches, audio recordings, and other forms of verbal communication.
    • Learning Style:• Tactile Learning Style:• Tactile Learners retain information best through hands-on participation. These types of people are also known as kinesthetic learners.• Logical Style:• Individuals who excel at math and possess strong logical reasoning skills are usually logical learners. They notice patterns quickly and have a keen ability to link information that would seem nonrelated by others.
    • Learning Style:• Social Style:• Social learners usually have excellent written and verbal communication skills. These individuals are at ease speaking with other people and often comprehend their perspectives.• Solitary Style:• Solitary learners usually prefer to work by themselves in private settings. They usually do not rely on others for help when solving a problem or studying.
    • Activity :• You will be shown a screen with many different numbers in many different colors.• You will have 30 seconds to look at the screen.• When the time is up, you will be asked a few questions about what you saw.
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    • TIME’S UP
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 1:• What number is in the top right corner?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 2:• What number is in the lower left corner?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 3:• What number is in the left center?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 4:• What number is in the bottom right corner?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 5:• Besides the timer, what was the only red number?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 6:• What was the highest number on the screen?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 7:• What the largest sized number that was shown in orange?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 8:• What were the two numbers that was shown in yellow?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 9:• What number was in the top center of the screen?
    • Questions about the slide:• Question 10:• What was the only number shown in black?
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    • What does it all mean?• Your tendency toward being a visual learner can be VERY LOOSELY based upon the answers to your questions.• Look at the following scale and see where your visual skills rank:
    • What does it all mean?• 10 right High Visual Learner• 8-9 right Above Average• 6-7 right Average Visual Skill• 4-5 right Just Below Average• 2-3 right Not exactly a photographic memory• 0-1 right WERE YOU AWAKE?
    • Another Style of Learning• For this activity, the results are a bit less exact.• Often, the results completely backfire.• However, when it works it is hard to explain.• Listen to the directions and try not to work extra hard during the activity.
    • Starting Out: Make study a habit Same time, same place Long term & short term To do lists
    • Keep Going:-Look after yourself.-Reward yourself to maintain motivation.-Study to your strengths.-Break the work down into parts. -focus on one task at a time.Recognise when you need help and ask for it.
    • How can you studying ?• Plan when youre going to study.• Each study time should have a specific goal.• Start with the most difficult subject first• Alway review your notes before starting an assigment.
    • How can you studying ?• Make sure youre not disturbed whiles youre studying• Picking out Key Words• Reading Multiple-Choice Questions• Reading Other Types of Questions
    • How can you studying ?• Make Mind mapping• Use study groups effectively• Review your notes over the weekend.
    • Objectives of studying : -Thinking about how you will study. -Knowing your own preferred way of learning. -Give you some starting points for your own research and study into learning for your assignments.
    • Summary:• Be positive• Remember why you are doing this• Plan your study• Plan your assignment• Remember people are a great resource
    • References• http://www.adprima.com/studyout.htm• http://www.educationcorner.com/study-skills.html• http://www.educationcorner.com/learning-styles.html• http://www.adprima.com/studyout.htm• http://www.youthbeyondblue.com/factsheets-and-info/fact- sheet-19-making-the-most-of-studying/